In this course you will learn:
Sustainability and Its challenges
What is Sustainability Reporting
Different Sustainability Reporting Standards
- Professionals who are in their company's report writing team.
- Sustainability consultants who want to write a report for their clients.
Cost: 200 Euros PP
Delivered via: Self Paced eLearning
Duration: 75 minutes
Languages: English (Available), Chinese, Arabic, Spanish (coming soon)
Personalised & Self Paced
What they say?
Really valuable Session. Both in terms of the experience and insight Shivani has and the concrete actions she suggested linked to our specific challenges. As a bonus, she suggested some additional webinars, training sessions and material available so a very rich outcome.
ANNELIE SELANDER, Sustainability Director, Nomad Foods, UK
My one to one session with Shivani was really helpful. It was great to talk to someone who has so much experience and who understands the demands and changing landscape of ESG reporting. I was also able to discuss my personal development and Shivani gave me some really good pointers for developing my knowledge and skills.”
JO HOLMES, Sustainability Stakeholder Specialist, Marshalls, UK
Irrespective of which frameworks or standards you want to use for your report, Materiality is the most important concept in sustainability reporting. With 1:1 coaching we help you in not just understanding this concept based on the different standards bit also guide you in the application as well as the analysis of the results.
If done correctly, sustainability report can be the most powerful communication tool for your organization with your various stakeholders. In the 1:1 coaching sessions, we guide you on how to efficiently identify, prioritize and engage with your stakeholders – not just for the reporting process but to build an automatic stakeholder engagement loop for the whole year.
To get the best results of your efforts, esg reporting should be ongoing and follow a step-by-step process. Through 1:1 coaching sessions, we help you in defining those steps – not just for your current report but for building those into the strategy of the organization.
Learn about major standards/ frameworks:
- Integrated Reporting